Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte have been sentenced to 18 and 23 years in prison respectively for the murder of Matlhomola Moshoeu who died on April 20, 2017, after he was thrown from a moving vehicle. The pair claimed the sixteen-year-old jumped from the vehicle while on their way to a police station with him after they allegedly caught him stealing sunflower heads at a farm.
Coligny Murder - Men Sentenced to 23 and 18 Years in Jail
News24Wire, 6 March 2019
The two men convicted of killing Coligny teen Matlhomola Moshoeu will spend 18 and 23 years in prison. Read more »
Two Men Found Guilty of Coligny Teen's Murder to Be Sentenced
The two men convicted of killing Coligny teen Matlhomola Moshoeu will learn their fate on Wednesday when their sentences are handed down in the North West High Court. Read more »
Coligny, North West, South Africa (file photo).
The mother of slain Coligny teen Matlhomola Moshoeu has told the North West High Court that she is not prepared to forgive her son's killers, Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte. ... Read more »
Although the parents of 16-year-old Matlhomola Moshoeu won't ever hear their son's voice again or watch him grow into an adult, the court's decision to find two men guilty of his ... Read more »
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